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  1. Living History Days

    C’mon home to the Living History Farm and experience a time when the rooster’s crow and the rising sun, not an alarm clock, welcomed a new day! During Living History Days, interpreters portray day-to-day life on an 1870 Florida farm. Step back in time, enjoy…

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  2. Journey Into Our National Parks – Free Art Exhibit

    From January to August of this year, photographer Steven Keys and his wife Lauren, both age 29, set out to capture the beauty of every National Park in the United States and its outlying territories from Florida to Hawaii, American Samoa, Alaska, and everywhere in…

  3. Gainesville: The heART of Florida

    Join GFAA Artists as we celebrate the City of Gainesville’s 150th Birthday with our new exhibit “Gainesville: The heART of Florida,” showcasing our City’s landscapes, iconic landmarks, and people. Opening reception during Artwalk on October 25th, from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. Exhibit runs October…

  4. Liz Mandeville / 441 South / Brett Wellman and The Stone Cold Blues | Gainesville Downtown Blues Concert Presented by The North Central Florida Blues Society

    Gainesville Downtown Blues Concert Presented by The North Central Florida Blues Society (NCFBS) Gainesville, FL –  Each November the North Central Florida Blues Society puts on the Gainesville Downtown Blues Concert, which proceeds the Gainesville Downtown Festival & Art Show on Friday night.  This Year…

  5. First Magnitude beer launch Nov. 15 supports butterfly conservation

    The Florida Museum of Natural History and First Magnitude Brewing Co. will host a fundraiser to help support butterfly conservation on Friday, Nov. 15, from 5 to 8 p.m. First Magnitude will release a new Belgian witbier style brew called “Florida White,” highlighting the Florida…

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  6. The Letters of George Long Brown

    In 1840, twenty-three-year-old George Long Brown migrated from New Hampshire to north Florida, a region just emerging from the devastating effects of the Second Seminole War. This volume presents over seventy of Brown’s previously unpublished letters to illuminate day-to-day life in pre–Civil War Florida. Brown’s…

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  7. “Time Suspended: Transforming Still Images”

    Student interns will infuse the gallery with original musical composition, choreography, poetry and prose, then welcome audience questions and reflections. Experience works by Center for World Arts / Harn Museum Choreographers-in-Residence Maria I. Garcia and Emma Wedemeyer, Harn Museum Composer-in-Residence Jordan Alexander Key, and Harn…

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  8. Gallery Conversation – Pushing the Boundaries of Painting and Drawing

    Three SA+AH painting/drawing faculty — Professor Richard Heipp, Associate Professor Ron Janowich and Associate Professor Julia Morrisroe — will present and discuss the similarities and differences in their studio practice addressing, their concepts, process, and use of technology. This conversation is offered in conjunction with…

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